- Autumn and spring semesters
- Three and a half years
- No admission restrictions
- Semester fee
Developments in technology are currently advancing at a rapid pace. While solutions for many problems in mechanical engineering previously employed purely mechanical means, today problems are being increasingly solved with the help of electronics and software technology. For that purpose the undergraduate course in Mechatronics represents the link between mechanical engineering, electronics and computer science.
Mechatronics engineers are at the interface of mechanical engineering and electronics and work out solutions for multi-system applications. In the mechanical engineering sector, for instance, mechatronics engineers are involved in the entire process from product design to manufacture. If you enjoy looking for technical solutions and computer programming, then this is the right course for you.
About the Course
|Degree||Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)|
|Duration||Three and a half years (7 semesters)|
|Accredited by AQAS Cologne|
can also be studied as:
+ 'is+a' coop programme option
+ 'is+i' coop programme option
|Language of instruction||German|
|Note||Course shared by the Department of Information Technology, Electrical Engineering & Mechatronics and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics and Materials Engineering (both at the Friedberg campus)|
|Subsequent postgraduate course||Mechanical Engineering & Mechatronics (M.Sc.)|